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DBS4009 Health Visitor

Job Summary
Contract Type:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Please see advert text
Advert Start Date:
21/09/2020
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 18/10/2020 23:59
Salary:
£32,234 - £37,972 pa which includes a market supplement. (£2,227 after one year at the top of Grade 9)
Hours per week:
37
Job Category:
Health
Vacancy ID:
200379
Employment Location:
Any location within North Tyneside
Closing date:
18 Oct
Further Information

North Tyneside Council is seeking to recruit qualified Health Visitors (SCPHN) to work with in the 0-19 Children’s Public Health Service. The service is based in four localities in integrated teams across the borough.

North Tyneside is a vibrant borough; it is a great place to live and work and has excellent schools.

North Tyneside Council is one of the largest employers in the area and is committed to staff wellbeing. The Council holds the Better Health at Work Award which recognises the efforts of employers in the North East in helping to address health issues in the workplace.

Benefits include:
Access to NHS or Local Government Pension Schemes - up to 33 annual leave days per year plus BHs (Employees can request to purchase additional annual leave via a salary sacrifice scheme) • Agile Working supported by smart phone/ laptop and access to technology such as Microsoft Teams and SystmOne • Discounted membership of fitness and wellbeing centres (a saving of £117.00 per year) including 5 gyms; 4 pools; 2 spas and over 250 classes every week • The ‘Benefits Plus’ Scheme enabling salary sacrifice for Childcare Vouchers; Car Leasing; Cycle to work scheme; Additional Holidays, personal Training and Development, public transport season tickets, Credit Union Savings Scheme.

North Tyneside Children’s Social Care has been graded Outstanding by Ofsted in March 2020.

This is your chance to work with an outstanding group of safeguarding and health professionals that recently won a Customer Team of the Year Award and were short-listed for the prestigious national Local Government Association Team of the Year.

Close working relationships with the early help service, children’s services, multiagency safeguarding hub (MASH), housing, sport and leisure, primary care and schools ensures good outcomes for families and provides positive working relationships for staff. The Signs of Safety model is embedded throughout, and robust safeguarding supervision is provided to staff by Safeguarding Nurse Advisors.

A CQC inspection of the 0-19 service in March 2018 recognised areas of outstanding practice and highlighted that;

“The service prioritised vulnerable children and families appropriately. Managers and staff were acknowledged as having high levels of integrity, driving continuous improvement and held themselves accountable for delivering change.”

New staff are provided with support and supervision from the Locality Nurse Manager throughout their probationary period and beyond, as well as having access to an identified preceptor.

Post holders will provide universal access to the Healthy Child Programme and early identification of additional and/or complex needs of children and young people.

The service has been reaccredited with the UNICEF Level 3 Baby Friendly Initiative and is supported by an Infant Feeding Co Ordinator.

The essential requirements of the post are:

• 1st level NMC registration

• Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (Health Visitor) Part 3 NMC Register

• Ability to meet the travel requirements of the post

Salary: North Tyneside Council LG Grade 9 £32,234 - £37,972 pa which includes a market supplement. (£2,227 after one year at the top of Grade 9)

Various hours are available.

For further information please contact Sarah Mann Locality Nurse Manager on 07967489453 or Sandra Kay Locality Nurse Manager 07817474144.

Please be advised that this position will require an Enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

North Tyneside Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

In addition, staff and volunteers are expected to familiarise themselves with all relevant policies, procedures and guidance in relation to safeguarding children and safe practice with vulnerable adults. Within North Tyneside, safeguarding is everybody’s business.

Please note
This job is closed for applications.